Sarah and Kyle were married on a misty June day in the Green Mountains of Vermont. Sarah, who used to work in the wedding industry herself, designed much of the event, adding so many personal touches to the celebration.
This wedding proves a barn can be beautiful for a rustic wedding! The couple said their beautifully heartfelt vows on a hillside and then guests were taken by tractor to the reception, which was held
in the elegantly decorated barn. Snatch up some of their ideas and more in the full gallery, photographed by Rodeo & Co Photography.
Focus On What The Day Is About: Do You
From the bride: I would say it's really important to
remember that this day is about the two of you. My husband and I went
into the planning process thinking of this as the best party we were
ever going to throw. We tried to make it as fun and personal as
possible, and we tried to make sure that we weren't doing anything that
we wouldn't enjoy just because it was expected by someone else. At no point during the day did we think "God, I wish we hadn't
been talked into doing this.
A Bridal Party That Knows How To Do It Right
months later that not only had one of my maids of honor been
unbelievable hungover all morning, my sister had actually had insane
food poisoning! She was sick right up until the ceremony, but never let
on. Both of them were unbelievably amazing, and I had NO idea that
anything was wrong! So I guess my best advice on dealing with disasters
is to have a bridal party that will do whatever they can to make sure
you don't hear about the disasters until at least the day after.
The Rain Cleared Just In Time For I Do
On the day of, I would have said that the closest we came to disaster
was a little rain. It went on for most of the day, but for exactly 45
minutes at the time of our 20 minute ceremony the rain paused, and we
were able to have the ceremony outside, as planned.
Have your heart set on a barn wedding? Then you won't want to miss the beautiful decor and details from this Glamorous UK Barn Wedding either!